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Applications of Advanced Nanomaterials in Sensor Devices (2nd Edition)

A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944). This special issue belongs to the section "Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 October 2024 | Viewed by 120

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Dear Colleagues,

Nanomaterials could be classified into diverse categories according to their physical and chemical properties, dimensionality, production procedures, compositions, and homogeneity. Particularly, processing, morphological control, and the physiochemical properties of nanomaterials always affected each other’s performances. Due to their nanoscale dimension and high surface-to-volume ratio, advanced nanomaterials have the capacity to show a series of exceptional properties, such as chemical, mechanical, optical, and magnetic ones. Very recently, researchers began to pay a lot of attention to the design and synthesis of diverse nanomaterials, such as organic, inorganic, and organic–inorganic hybrid ones with controllable geometry, morphology, and topology, and aimed to explore various academic and industrial applications such as sensing devices. Interestingly, during this research and development, scientists now focus a lot on the mechanisms of thus obtained sensor devices, like “details behind the scene”, as announced often in a lot of sounded mysterious or scientific fiction.

Accordingly, you are invited to submit contributions that are related to the following topics:

  • Morphological control over nanomaterials, promoting their physiochemical properties for sensing;
  • Design and synthesis of diverse organic–inorganic hybrid materials as well as traditional inorganic ones, enlarging the family of sensor devices;
  • Applicable nanomaterials, including MEMS/NEMS, metal oxides, and emerging semiconductors;
  • Exploring the mechanism of sensing devices behind the scene.

Dr. Huacheng Zhang
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • morphological control and evolution
  • organic–inorganic hybrid materials
  • gas sensor
  • MEMS/NEMS
  • metal oxides
  • emerging semiconductors

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